Multiple Myeloma can be a complex cancer. Myeloma 101 articles help you understand myeloma basics so you are well equipped to find a good care team, ask appropriate questions and become your own best advocate.
Learn what labs to watch out for, common side effects of therapy, how to discuss your treatment plan with your doctor, the different types of myeloma, how myeloma is staged and how myeloma is commonly treated.
You will also learn why clinical trials are a potential treatment option, how to ask for the help you need and how to find a multiple myeloma specialist, who should be part of your care team.
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What is the duration and efficacy of CAR-T cell therapy for treating multiple myeloma?
Are there different types of T cells? Can they become exhausted? Learn all of this and more on how CAR-T kills myeloma cells in the videos below
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